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Sep 24, 2010 7:00am EDT
expected to become a hurricane later tonight. sam is tracking all of us for it. >>> all of your facebook fans and friends it's okay. facebook is up and running after its worst service disruption in four years. we're going to show you the funny ways people dealt with it. >>> we're going to begin with severe flooding in the midwest, where 10 inches of rain fell in less than 24 hours. one of the hardest-hit areas was arcadia, wisconsin. and linsey davis is there. good morning, lindsay. >> reporter: good morning. the flooding has stopped. but the flooding is still a problem. look at the intersection of main street. and where the water goes literally up to the foundation of several homes in this area. the river continues to crest until possibly sunday. and then, to make matters worse, officials were worried about a dam being breached downstream. and the worry now is that may cause even more flooding. across the upper midwest, several towns are in a desperate fight against mother nature. torrential rains submerged cars, flooded homes and streets and created sink holes. here in arcadia, wiscons
ABC
Sep 24, 2010 7:00am PDT
tonight. sam is tracking the storm. sam will have the latest for us. >>> also, all of you facebook fans and friends, take a deep breath. it's going to be okay. facebook is up and running after its worst service disruption in four years. the glitch that millions of people went into a frenzy for. we're going to show you the funny ways people dealt with it. coming up in just a little bit. >>> we're going to begin with severe flooding in the midwest where more than 10 inches fell in less than 24 hours. one of the hardest-hit communities was arcadia, wisconsin, and linsey davis is there. lynn say? >> reporter: good morning. even though the rain for the most part has stopped, the flooding as you see continues to be a problem. take a look here at main street. here you have several home where is the water goes up to the foundation. the river continues to rise and isn't expected to crest until possibly sometime on sunday. and then to make matters worse, officials are concerned about a dam downstream that it may be breached. and a concern that may cause even more flooding. across the upper midwes
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